Podcast: Voice of the Nation – Episode #65 w/ Special Guest Spero Dedes

The Lakers are once again sitting atop the NBA mountain, and look down as the rest scramble for second place.

A well rested G-Small returns, along with D-Bricks to deliver another EXCLUSIVE interview, as Lakers radio play-by-play Spero Dedes joins the show and talks NBA & Lakers basketball!

The fellas discuss how home-cooking has led the Lakers early dominance, and how Kobe, AKA ‘Lucky Lefty’, is toying with the rest of the league. No, we aren’t dropping any knowledge on Lebron, and was Ronald Artest REALLY crazy enough to be drinking during games?

And who knew Spero was a hip-hop head, as he talks about anticipating G-Small’s new upcoming album Purple Reign.

Don’t sleep on Voice of the Nation, the best and ONLY place for exclusive Lakers coverage!

Audio -
Roy Ayers – The Black Five
G-Small – Gunz Blazing

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Jaime is the co-owner and Operating Director for LakerNation.com from Alhambra, CA. He's help create the official websites for Kevin Durant and Goodwin Sports. Currently, he's the Online Producer for FOX Sports Radio and AM570 KLAC.
  • http://www.ld2k.com Chris Manning

    Just finished listening – great podcast.

    Thanks again to Spero for coming on! It’s always great to hear from him as he calls all the games and is always in the middle of the action!

    You’re the man Spero and great podcast!

  • Taylor

    Hey guys nice podcast again. When you were talking about Jordan Farmar, I was looking at the Nba store online and his jerseys were on clearance, so i think he’s gonna be out of here next year and the NBA knows it.

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  • Short Dog

    I’m glad Kobe did not give any advice to lebron. Even though the cavs are not much competition they are still the enemy.
    Lakers #1